Business worries that boggle the mind

As workplace health takes its place as a mainstream big business concern, public policies are still putting unnecessary stress on small business owners and the self employed.

There was a time when the health of a small business person was ignored in public discussions of workplace wellbeing. For example, in early 2012 I was asked, in my position as chief executive of the Council of Small Business of Australia, to sign a joint industry statement on “Promoting Good Health at Work”. I pointed out that the statement did not mention the health of the self employed: that is, over 2 million people who between them employ most 5 million other people. 


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